SOMOS LATINX offers families a series of workshops designed to work together around themes such as identity, race and culture.
I would like to share the excitement of two Culver High School seniors who have been awarded a much desired scholarship. These two students are recipients of the Ford Family Scholarship which will cover a large portion of their expenses in their undergraduate studies. Congratulations to Leslie Alvarado & Jorge Olivera.
Visiting colleges and universities early in the high school years — or even in middle school — can provide a clear and tangible understanding of college life as well as offer a source of educational and career inspiration.
Back to Latinx Summit Home Page Click here to download Further Reading: Excelencia in Education: https://www.edexcelencia.org/ Latinos in Oregon Report, Oregon Community Foundation (August 2016), https://www.oregoncf.org/news-resources/press-releases/current/latinos-in-oregon-report-august-2016 Conexiones Summit Report, Oregon Community Foundation & The Ford Family Foundation (December 2017),https://www.oregoncf.org/conexiones Oregon Higher Education Coordinating Commission, Student Data, http://www.oregon.gov/highered/research/Pages/student-data.aspx Chalkboard Project, External Resources for Educators, … Continued
Ryan Stanley, the coast coordinator for Juntos, offered through Oregon State University, said the biggest benefit is showing students and families “what’s possible, especially living in a smaller community.” Read more.
OSU Juntos’ Amy Young, Yuri Reyes, and Daniel López-Cevallos presented a poster at the Coast to Cascades Community Wellness Network’s Regional Health Summit on April 18, 2018.
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Now hiring in Portland! The Student Success Coordinator will work on behalf of Open Campus, the OSU College of Business, and the OSU College of Engineering as a resource for college students and the community.
This Coordinator will provide local leadership, coordination, and partnership development needed to advance and sustain the OSU Juntos Program.
Chief Roger Johnson of the Sisters-Camp Sherman fire district saw a need in the community to increase diversity through involvement in programs. The idea is to create…